The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) has presented Pastor Wole Oladiyun, Senior Pastor of the Christ Livingspring Apostolic Ministry (CLAM) with three awards in recognition of his consistent contributions to the propagation of the gospel worldwide, and his support for ministers of God from all denominations.
The awards were presented to Pastor Oladiyun during a thank you visit to his office in Lagos on Wednesday by Pastor Temitope Ilesanmi, Chairman of the Ikeja Province of Lagos PFN.
The “Helper in Time of Need Award” was presented to Pastor Oladiyun in appreciation of his contribution to the growth of the Christian faith, especially the Ikeja Province of the PFN. Pastor Ilesanmi recalled how Pastor Oladiyun donated N1m to the Province during the COVID-19 lockdown, adding that the money was shared among pastors in the province.
The “Soul Winning Machinery” Award was presented to Pastor Oladiyun in appreciation of his landmark and pioneering efforts in taking the gospel of Jesus Christ to the nooks and crannies of Nigeria through CLAM Global Outreach – CLAMGO – the evangelism arm of CLAM.
In the past 20 years, CLAMGO has organised crusades and outreaches in remote villages and towns in most states of Nigeria, with the ministry solely funding the crusades since no offering is ever collected based on the instructions God gave Pastor Wole Oladiyun.
The “Excellence in Evangelism and Outreach” Award was also in recognition of CLAM and CLAMGO’s exploits in winning souls in line with its vision which is “apostolic revival for global soul harvesting”.
“”These awards speak to Pastor Oladiyun’s outstanding role as an helper in times of need. During the COVID era, we were seeking assistance for indigent pastors. I was about to raise N60,000. A few days later, Apostle Wole Oladiyun sent N1m to me. We are sincerely grateful for your generosity”, Pastor Ilesanmi stated.
Responding, Pastor Oladiyun thanked the PFN delegation for the recognition. He commended Pastor Ilesanmi for the “remarkable revolution he has brought to PFN”, adding that CLAM has been consistent in meeting its obligations to PFN.